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We have 16 Radiology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

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Radiology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

We have 16 Radiology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

Investigating local invasion in primary and secondary brain tumours

Brain tumours are highly invasive and carry a poor prognosis. Secondary brain tumours or brain metastases (BM) are the most common tumours found in the brain affecting up to one third of patients with solid organ cancer. Read more

NIHR Leeds BRC: Development and application of fast Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging methods for metabolic profiling

Altered metabolism is a hallmark of many disease states, including cardiovascular and musculoskeletal conditions. Importantly, metabolic profiles may be patient-specific and may for example indicate susceptibility to treatment or malignancy. Read more

Multimodal Control of Prosthetic Limbs/Paralysed Muscles

This project aims to enhance the quality of life of patients with amputees, spinal cord injury, stroke and brain injury by developing advanced control strategies for artificial limbs. Read more

Assessment of phototherapy with model organism Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Project Overview.  . Saccharomyces cerevisiae is extensively used as model organism and is well understood from a sequencing perspective so up-regulation or down-regulation of gene expression is tractable. Read more

Perceptual quality assessment on reconstructed CT images

Although Computed Tomography (CT) scan has been widely used for accurate disease diagnosis and treatment, there is a risk that patients may be exposed to a high amount of ionising radiation due to the frequent use of CT scan. Read more

Computational Studies of Haemodynamic Properties in Arteriovenous Fistula and Peripheral Arteries

Understanding the haemodynamic properties in coronary artery and renal dialysis venous access (DVA) in patients will help to improve the performance and longevity of renal DVA and coronary stent which underpins the life supporting haemodialysis techniques. Read more

Impact of Sediment Transport and Vegetation to the Reservoir Hydrodynamics within Fluvial Environment

Reservoirs and dams are popular control mechanisms for different water resources around the world. However, lately, there have been increasing incidences of reservoir failure linked to sediment transport and vegetation within its environment, that have caused massive financial and social impacts. Read more

Fully Funded 4-Year Cheney Scholarship PhD Programme in In Situ Structural Biology

 Exciting new developments in imaging and structural methods, known as “in situ structural biology”, can reveal the structure and behaviour of biological macromolecules inside healthy and diseased cells and tissues. Read more

Research at UEA Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

Our diverse research programme includes links with our partners across the Norwich Research Park (Quadram Institute, John Innes Centre, Earlham Institute, The Sainsbury Laboratory), our NHS trust partners (NNUH, QEHKL, JPUH, NSFT, ESNEFT, NCH&C) and the ICB (Norfolk and Waveney, and Suffolk and North East Essex). Read more

Advanced brain-computer interface

A brain-computer interface (BCI) provides a direct communication pathway between a human brain and an external device. Using appropriate sensors and data processing algorithms, a BCI maps patterns of brain activity associated with a volitional thought onto signals suitable for communication and control. Read more

Clinical: Gastroesophageal reflux in respiratory disease: pathogenic role and improved management

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a condition in which stomach contents, such as food and acid pass into the gullet/oesophagus causing heartburn. GERD is very common in patients with lung disease, such as idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and cystic fibrosis (CF). Read more

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